This is the first in a series of news stories from across the CESSDA collaboration, which spans sixteen European countries with national data archives and services.
CESSDA’s technical vision is to be recognised as a leading European Research Area (ERA) technical infrastructure, and the CESSDA Expert Seminar 2016 (CES2016) was a major milestone on that journey.
The Consortium of Social Science Data Archives (CESSDA) is now a Full Member of the DDI Alliance, an international standard for describing statistical and social science data.
The third Big Data Europe Societal Challenge 6 webinar was held on 28 September 2016.
S/He will act as the chief executive officer, chief scientific officer and legal representative of CESSDA ERIC, leading the team and organisation to the next level.
Tapio Yrjölä is Senior Lecturer at Business Information Systems Programme at TAMK (Tampere University of Applied Sciences). He has used data archived at the FSD in his methodology courses for years.
The CESSDA Expert Seminar 2016 will be presented by the CESSDA Technical Working Group and hosted by the Czech Social Science Data Archive (CSDA) in Prague on 13 (PM) and 14 (AM) September 2016.
The Consortium of European Social Science Data Archives (CESSDA) was presented at several sessions of the IASSIST2016 conference held in Bergen, from 31 May to 3 June 2016. The principal session was the plenary session, “CESSDA sets the stage for the data infrastructure of the future”, held on 2 June.
CESSDA's Metadata Management (CMM) project has released its first report today, entitled CESSDA Service Providers’ Metadata Practices.
Phase 1 of the Technical Framework project has recently been completed. It ran from October 2015 to April 2016 and was intended to build the foundations that the various components of the CESSDA Research Infrastructure (such as a Products and Services Catalogue) will sit on.